The CSIR will be hosting its 6th Conference on 5 and 6 October 2017. The two-day conference will give an insight into CSIR's latest scientific work.
The project aims to develop and enhance the CSIR’s existing geophysics capabilities to allow for an increased capability and offering in applied mining geophysics and the emerging field of hydrogeo
The CSIR has developed a notification system that combines near real-time data sets on climate, weather and ocean currents and waves to create detailed nine-hour forecasts.
Mill sludge, a by-product of the pulp and paper industry, is traditionally landfilled, incinerated or land spread.
The CSIR has joined forces with the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) to develop digital pathology technology to help train experts remotely and to extend these services to all corners of S
With more computational resources at the disposal of researchers, multi-physics simulations are becoming a reality.